The Evening Tribune (Hornell)

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The Evening Tribune
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) GateHouse Media
Publisher Rick Emanuel
Editor John Anderson
Founded c. 1873, as Hornellsville Evening Tribune[1]
Headquarters 32 Broadway Mall,
Hornell, New York 14843, United States
Circulation 7,562 weekdays
10,800 Sundays in 2011[2]
OCLC number 11992425

The Evening Tribune is an American daily newspaper published weekday mornings and on Sundays (as The Spectator) in Hornell, New York.

In addition to the city of Hornell, the Tribune and Spectator circulate in several villages and towns of eastern Allegany County and western Steuben County, including Alfred, Almond, Andover, Angelica, Arkport, Canaseraga and Canisteo.[2]

The paper was originally published by the W. H. Greenhow Corporation, whose initials were used in the call letters for WWHG, its radio station, founded in 1946, whose studios were on the upper floor in the newspaper's building. In 1987, the paper was acquired by Hollinger.[3] Current owner GateHouse Media purchased roughly 160 daily and weekly newspapers from Hollinger in 1997.[4] GateHouse Media, which owns the Tribune and Spectator, also owns two other daily newspapers in the Southern Tier, The Leader of Corning in Steuben County, and the Wellsville Daily Reporter in Allegany County. The company owns the Steuben Courier of Bath and two other nearby weeklies, The Chronicle-Express of Penn Yan and the Genesee Country Express of Dansville.


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